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CliarnVIrt, November 1, l"-H:
The Erection. ' ' 'v " 1
We are unn)1tt o furnish our readers
.vitU jinjr imiiito'rRltrm'ofJho aloction
ln-hl or. yesterday. Thoignsof the titnci
iTmHoTiH.i telnet tlio volo polled in
our county Vill lo 300 aho.'tof tlio Inst
,, . ' P Rpi Am
Clearfield, 81 4,7 13
(loshn, 47 'ii
Lawrence, 1M ol ti
DraillorOv U0 fill
After the Election.
. . .Tho election w now over, -ami wo feel as
1f tiier? can be but little ilouM as to the
result. If New York Las cant its volo Tor
tho . HepuLlicar candidatei and the
diuuc vera liecidedly in furor cf this
opir.ion--of course Lincoln i President,
In the " manner preicrilc I hy Hit Consti
tution ;" though it, may bo hy a minority
of tho Statos, and less than one third of the
Then comes the Mst trying lime In tho
History of tho country. The Southern
States look upon the election of Lincoln
ax a condemnation, by the people ol the
North, of their social system, anil by a
Lu co portion of them, as on ndvrsm(nt ot
such attcninta aa John Jlrowu niaiie at
Jforper'a Ferry. :
What the final result will bo, time alone
caii tell. AVeconfesa to fearful apprcheu
siona, and sincerely hope that we may be
disappointed. Let th result be what it
may,- however; we hope to see every Dem
ocrat stand up firmly in defence of the
UNION AND TtfE CONSTITUTION.
As to tho result in renr.ylvania, there
can be but cue opinion. Tho remoernrs
have made no etl'ort anywhere to get out
tho'trvote, and Lincoln will probably have
a larger majority than Onrtin had, with
out having so largo a vote.
A Chance for a Nice Young Man.
We find the following advertisement in
a tote number of the Philadelphia, Lrtyrr,
which we publish without charge.'
"VisTEn By a r"peclablo colored
family, a WHITE BOY 14 or 10 years ol
ago, to wait on tho table and make him
self generally useful about tho louso.
Address iwith reference Ttndegrast.'
Blood'a Despatch." , , . . , .
This ii the result of tho teaching of the
Black Republican party, equality between
the white and the negro.
The white boy ir this instance must
cotno reccommendod tho notice doe
not state whether lh 'reference must
come from whites or negroes; we presume,
however tho .utter, as in this instance
tho negro ia a little hotter than the white
', ll'oscothc equality manifestations every
where; in TitUburgh, Boston, and other
large cities they advertise td forni thenin
selves into ''"Wide Awake flubs," the 1c
gitimato teachings orthe "Irreprcssi,bles."
Go on, gontlpmen, we will sec where you
will land with your negro equals.'
It seems that John Covoila will have
his hands full during the next Congress .
This will onnble him to got up another Ko
port in the capacity of a Smelling Com
mittee. The audacity of this man Covodo
Isunparalolled in tliis country. We ivomler
if he will turn hia attention, to' the. fraud
In tha first Congressional i ilistrict in this
State, where rank perjury has defrauded
the Democratic candidate out of his elec
tion. ,.' . : ,. .... v.
Wherever he goos he carries with him
the report of Iho late investigating Com
mittee, of which he was a member, and
proves everything ho speaks abiut by
"Mj Jii-jxrrt," as ho pterins it ignoring
every other member of tin? Committee.
This, however, need not surprise, any one
as it is Covodeism all over ho usually ig
nores everything ho ia connected with but
himself. " ... : ...
Our Conqueror.T '
Ilowha ascends to mountain-tops, shall
find , .
Tho loftiest peaks most wrapt in clouds
and snow ; . . .. T ....
lie who surpagtiea or subdues Mn
kind, , ;.
Mut look down ' w ith hate on thosa
below Bvaox '. iv
Andrew n.- Ourtin, the Governor bnti
has given out that lie will keep under his
feet all who dued to yoto against Liiii at
the late lcjlionv ainl yet his party are al
ways harping upen "Freedom and rrotoc
tion." TJiia, seemsvhowpver,to mean only
"freedom to lu,s nnd protection to
gpoes" tha white being ruled out in loth
ctses. Itear him on the niht aher the
election "' ' ", '' '' '.
a r 7. f V
By the oh. beings his aid, he mnl
mean tho wron . W.ll nm :r'
the Cavamoi will flnhtnsfri ihaJf'itn U' gntja doawear.
r - w j
years we wiilhavetoputupwith it.
that's all. ' ' ' ;: . .
fciTHon. Inniol E. SicklM, of New
orlt, declines le be a candidate for Coni
nd-.date for Con-,
on to Tosuma th. I
grew, in a letter to his constituent,. h
expressr the determination toTOsuma ih
euj9 niines oi ins profession.
Wr nl lull on our fi't I "rrt "iU nrrfc,
t til.ln shewing III" Md'n"'''' '"r
(lov rnor, ftoni the ivbiptHi cf Ibe J'on-
( it uttori, In K!! !c the cnt time it
will bii .l ionei U r I tha Oppnii'ldn .
Ihcinfb lijliltinp tlP l'ci0,'lit n fVrVrii'v
l.i. ... ! . II hi, ik. I imii'i
el In electing a
Iho snmo name.
hAre never iiw,,n '""V "i 1
I iiiTiT.ni' fn irn
In chnnwina thrir liame they rennm
UK of the notorious forger and pickpocket
to Oio.6mcd Smith! after commuting,
. . , . . I.:. ...!..t.t..,u
a numoer o. Hiigerie. u,.,,.. ........vw..
in OWo in order to escape detects he
fl.Hlto Miaur. .n.llh ..amneJ .o
nnuiv ui jiiunii. . j,..-".. (" -
gentleman seemed honest ami upright
in his dealings with everybody, and suc
ceeded very well in everything he tinder.
took. This stats of things did notlaH,
IoiVj;, the old element soon overtook Mr.
Itroivn. haviiiL' bv fnlso pretences succce
(led in securing to himself a large amount
of proporty, which he transferred to olher ,
parties, and committed a heavy forgery I
on a bank in St. Louis. This was tho last of J
Mr. Brown iu Missouri. Jle, however,
soon turned up again in Vetmont, under ! Sintop, they nre allowed to vote,
tho assumed namo of Mr. .Tones, again a' ( Hi io. tho word uhiu occurs in the
veiyrico man : indeed ho was an accom- Constitution, similar to that in rennsyl
plished gortlomun, and must bo an honest vanla. Notivithsianding this, Ihe.Supreine
mnu. This seems to be the iiiiprescion I (kmrt of Ohio (all being Republicans) have
jrr- jonos l0ft upon the minds of his new
neighbor in Vermont, ami everything
)iWsmi along quite amoothly for several
j.Mr!) . wlun ono of tho leading business
men t,e town suggested to soma of his
jjcijijorg that Mr. Jones was either very
cnrelngH(0r else liewasno jjdgo ot money,
for ho alwavs had some counterfeit abput
him. ' .......
OhJ mercy, don't nako auch a charge
against Mr; Jones, was the immediate an
swer of a bystandr ', ho is certainly an
honest upright man a perfect gentle
man, .10 doubt about jt. - . i
This scorns to havo reached the cars of!
Mr. Jones, who immediately sought out
the man who had mado this mean ! low !
diubolical ! !! insinuation agaitikt his char
acter he could summon and refer to ;i
score of business men, both in Boston and
Kew Orleans (pl.ieea had icver seen)
to sustain liis character as an honetj man.
The world and Mr. Jones becanio a little
settled nnd jogged along as usual fcr a
bout another yoar, when on a sudJcn Mr,
Jones was missing to his familiar nHgh-
bora. The story was soon told, a fow days
revealed again the same old "Adam." Mr.
Jonei had forged a check of $3000 upon
his former defender and excellent neigh
bor. From Vermort he fled to Canada, where
he soon after perpetrated a forgery upon
a house in Quebec, for which he was arres
ted and executed
Tho officers in Ohio were for years in
search of Mr. Smith. In Missouri they
were hunting Mr. Drown; and in Ver.
montthey were trying to find the wlicrc
aliouts of Mr Jones, but never found him.
. Tho transactions of Mr. Smith, Mr.
Brown, and Mr. Jones, were made known
through the newspapers, but, as- w ill bo
discovered, always under a diflerent name,
ir.'id this notorious yilla'n' kept his origi
nal name, Siiihh, he would undoubtedly
htwa ended his career much soonorthan
ho did. This same individual had
..i i.:. r. 1..,, i. .. (
jsv ...3 ..u.,.cl..iv.., v.... v.. v fc'tin; I.ilierator wcroaiso weak w lien
Jus princip.es, and for this ho was driven
irom his country.'
The application in this is, tho' present
Black Republican party, who have sailed
l . . . . i a..Tir i
""v " ' v...'
cu in ucceiviiig uiu iiuupie.
- By refering to tho tuble alluded to; it
will be observed that the Opposition have
succeeded in electing a Governor in the
State under overy namo they Lavo assu
med and one nly.
In every instance in which they succtos
ded they always ignored themselves, ns
witness the cloctbn of Heister in 1S20. In
they wero entirely ignored as Feder
alists, after thirteen ntlempts m guch to
elect a Govcrnor-which was their ruin 1
nnuer ine name oi r oueraiisus, Anu-ua-, menceel thn fortunes or the tay were in
ois, Whigs, Know-Nothings, and Kepub-1 his favor. - Tha'tlai ilaihlians wero driven
licans, and under each assumed name, !ftvm ",e ''C'fe'1''" they occupied ; a battery
Mr. .lAri?.! .t!.;,;'n .iiAirliW. !J,fl,nK-6w' Df. th tnpstimportnnt
m ISO.., , tho positions which they had lost enrly in
: In 182'., finding thenuelvca dslected in'the day. Tho Neapolitans, though driven
their rascality by the people, like Smith, I . evidently not yet lost all' hor?
J J 1 1 ' ' ' r . , ,i. . . ,l' .
ilia. vmiii:i-u mru iiaiiiv w ll I IUU5UI1 b.
and put their saddle upon "jnuph ritatr," head quarlors of (Jariljaldicnplured by
and under this namo they done business surprise the b wracks and tome adjacent
with Ilitner, Stevens ACo.,'for 12ycars-' houses, and might havo succeeded in hol
having succeeded in electing Ififnor jp 'n? the town and in clering the roorl lo
' ; Naples Jiait not the 1'iedmonteso troops
: ' . ' " ' ! in garrison at Naplos promptly responded
r. Jlul having been lotmd ot in their ras. to tho call of Garibaldi.. ; ,
ealities ns Anti-.Wnsons, like Brown they) Tho arrival Vy rail of these fresh and
were driven from ll.c State.'
n 18-11 the same party appeared again
in the field, assuming tho namo of 'Whig,' j
nnd having (lane' business' tindnr tlitB
name long enough lo havo their eichbors
L lino n nt n ' i 6 " ,
believe that they wero honest men, they
aueoeeded ngain m 1848. i -., : i ,
Soon however, tho old Federal and An J
ti- Masoiii, tricks became visible Under the
driven forth Hfrain in 1M" by ar. outran
public; and wenVtcr over hcols' into
t:: Pvcr(1UcoU inly l
'u-"'8''". naeaauat mo earaa
tnff theirtiMoHnte tostand by themundor
. ..... .
overy trtat ana anncoity, in thi&iucy were!"""".""", "" UEU"cun" r-
successful again in ISil.,
Tlr 'people of rennirjrlranla' found
themselves outii aecd,,tba; ' groatW dcareo
. .,;' .
"1. J, .V P''0. 'f,
thttn., L7r: r", , ,lr
than ever before, and immediately drora
II. t f, mil i .n rr. I tir'O liu li limn I Ti "
iilrhni liniillrd upon . "t in in'
pilticlpln, r1iibliinu' Ilicni'cUi in a,.ti,r
.litlcn m"1tcpnblicin," In clhon
'Anlnrkin," and IVnpln'i int tv, all. of
nWrth Hi", hitch.- 1o. thnt tbU full, and
( ii'JCi eib rl ng tin, nndar the iiiti"d nnme
. , n uli iihI....... nr
i ii' mi in" '' 1 1"" "iji in' i' im"; i
' . ....
fl while, and if lliry
110 ,,,lvcn ,r,"n 1110 country cniircij , wur
. i ..... ' . i ii I.. l:l a
Smith it tlicy, will deitroy
j and lil;nrtie of the people.
Communities and noddies arc made up
f lit. Muni anil if it ia wrnll If mill im-
, ftn,l n..Mimo other?, it is equally
never. 7 it : ..
Ifan honect man never need change hit
name to succeed in business and establish
a tooil character, why U it necessary for
an hoiiest(!) parly to change tLeiniMiieso
'J'hb IriwritRScK. - Our Kopublican
fl.jemH vho profess so much love fjr the
liriT-0 and bin rights, find thomselves
sometimes in an awkward situation. In
Ohio, Now York, and other northern
rendered a decision to the effect that
mulattoes havean equal right;to Vote with
tho whites. T'ndor this decision, fifteen
thousand mulattoes voted at the lute elec
tion in that Stale.
Tho editor of the Cleveland PlainJtalcr
says he seen mulattoes vote the !?epubli
can ticket in that citv, at the lute elec
tion, who were as black as 'Egypt. At
length, however, a jovial "culled putiseii"
offered to vote, but aid ho wanted to votp
'.he Democratic ticket; hut ho was told
1 y the Republican judge that ho coulu
not vote, because l:u was " a link ton Hack.'
Nr.iiRAtiKA Election. The latest news
from this Territory is, that Morton, Dem
ocrat, has been elected Delegate to Con
gress. It wns given out that Daily, lit
publican, had received the certificate
This, of course, is untrue, as tho board of
ennvassf rs,. composed of the Governor
Chief Justice, and tho United States Dis
trict Attorney, met at Omaha, on the 31st
ultimo, and, upon a full count of the vote
by the proper officers, Morton' Was de
clared elected, and has been awarded a
certificate of election.
Affairs In Italy.
Frnra tht Bnltimoro Eichnnge.
The Star of fi'nt ibaldi is once more in
the ascendant- He has not only vast him
self loose from all affiliation with the Maz
zinian taction, but he lira ' gloriously re
trieved his partial defeat at Caserta by ai.
nal victory' on the banks of tho Volturno.
Capua, indeed, still holds out. and the
port of Oacta, which is also occupied . by
the loyalists, continues to offer to the fu
gitivo King an outlet of escape' whenever
hia position becomes no longer tenablo.
The effensivo movement by which m
sought to recover possession of his Capital
was wisely planned and ably executed.
The lovalist were thirty thousand strong
whilst the entire forcq of the : Garilwldians
ilia not, number more man niteen tlmus
and ; and of these, as the event proved,
the Sicilian and Neapolitan recruits were
not to be depended upon, "They made
a great deal f. noise," says an cyc-witr.ess
"lint they hhowed no stomach' for fight-
!??' 1 ", I'01"0" ' troop, of
pared with those around Capua. If theso
were forced there wa nothing fo jitevent
tho young King from re-entering 'Naples
For several hours after the battle com-
. . .
!p0,(l, nns raptured and spiked, l.ut
tno porsor.n. uanngoi -.arioauu, anil n.e ,)0, slootc1 for .M0Hition for which he
1xtr.U)rhn!.ry exertions -vhtch were made . ))0t ,,, fiwt fmnification.-CV.rbrrf
by his chief ofhc&rs, the courage . ot hi'nrtrt,r. , fi
Tt i . v r :i i i! i i i
troops would hay tiven way under the
I rvMttx . tf-kiia. f t'A in U'liloli ilmu warn avim.
U llll.l. 'U7 IIIU IW " IIIVII lt 1 IU IV ' I) L 'll 1
st d. -nd tho constant reinforcement thai 1 ,( ,R,N5 r ';- wtenlay
the enemy received from Capua. The ro ! ",orn'g. shot tly after 10 o clock, Messrs.
serves on both sides were brought into ac-i ,''-v,. ,';,,,J 1"',u,',,h "J"1 Arch atrcot.
tion, and so closely was tho battla contcs- "cnt V' Xo, tho Bank of North America,
ted, that there were times when it seemed ta, n'r n ,tIT'f1.t- J l' ,oros,,t ,"'t
almort impossible lo prevent the Neapoli- ' f (1 i!',ct,"k ,or ?I;00?. " 1,10 .Uu,."
tans Irom bearing down all .opposition. j ''J' r'' otes of Uc tci.em;nalioii
As it was, the final result of tho conflict 1 ?f ?-,, . an'J " . ccie. Iho
...i ... .i.; .i i . : tiov r.roceeflcd to the ltaiik. Iinmloil ilm
"""" t V" . ,'
t a j i . , t 1 . i
rniila n !! nnr.at nl I unit ntvn I acai n H.a
jweuaiscipiineci aoiaiers, speeaily changed
nU.aawat in . u-:r . . a
time ,10 2seanolitari were routed. At,WTel,or w,,a cauhlod it as soon tw do,
Nut ef them flying in the directions 0fl'Vered. The thief is detcribed as a good
Madaloni wero attacked and scattered bv , 'wA rather tall. man, aged, between 25
.lun cor ho hahi that post under
Bixio. and some prisouora wero m(,,i,..
Five hundred others surrendered , to tho
riedmontcso, aud two' battalions whilst
retreat, ng eastwardly towards the river
to CaYma took to Jhe
Vef,ion irt fnTWef attempt.
(, tho followiBtdfly kit rtet "with nc
STtcc So that of tho five thousand men
wHo surprised and nearly farried'CasCrla
on lliotnorninp of Uvrl Of October,' 'toot
Ix 41.... . f.. I...l .1 -.. . . I.J.. J
entering Capua.' A thr thousaad Nea,
noliUrm are reported to have been placed
flora an comoai in me natus i or Volturno,
ibl' must hava lost i. that engagement
'and in those of the two robsequeut dars.
I Including the twenty-flvo nnndred fri,:
"el!ng twenty-flvo nnndred pris-
Lmn tllkttJ )J. the dmna-rftWo!
off from rctul-nlnir) t"? . " 'w""' " r l Lewis I Ulnom .
tnoiinta iS. - A -dr.! ur lumul" .....
ttr.nl I lli'l I l'l Mlli't'g II. .11" lllltH,
rior Inf tli"it of Ik'" lh..iinii'l tin n. t i
In m It i f nil tin " o.., ilm Nr,fi."li
Inns Bin Hl'-lifH l"lt tl-'d Ubln Ibdr
liiind fit Cp na, t Iml ill"il'l i.hn f.jrnd it
tincPMnry torall ti tdit w lr riil
eib.i.,nf..ilnitHe .. unuanco
ll.nl ti.n V'ftfWT hi leinivcd
. I...nb Ia . Si.i.i' i.f Pni.
i ii i" i viim" " ; " '
. li.. I.' t I... . I ,n i nnn
w hich he suilninei
. ' I .1 '....!. .... II. n till
,.r v.,i,i im1u.iv
' I "
inot been at le
l.v Iho cliiiiigmg
VoHurlia.-M) hardly rontesled and finally
li"'"''"' ...... . L'.ui iuui ...r :. . .. .l..ii nl Ttmil iui mil Mmhinna .....
mid bv thO lo or I in Until r.ii'W.ii'" to ruiiini inn in
aim nj "m " , n..L I-i... u.... I ' timmlilt, of llnih. In tin fiiniT i,f Ci...
10 recover aiil sun iwjmi "'"'" - drill, rniitninliijt rrvriitrrn liumlrrij
i itn ii nn ni i n 1111 1 i iv i ' " T ttiti i inn aiiCitxunr. 1111110 nam in r
... i ..it .. r i ni worn 11 in nv inn a ininnr in ' . m . l . i i
won wiih so much diflinyltv-how danger, notes are liom lliv siur.o pinto, tlio Ai
mis is to nUco implicit 'reliance upon dilorand Kegixtor s mgmtluro being coiii-
mom valor nnd Mitliuiiasm, when oppo
se;l by troops sAtporior in numbein ; by no
mean deficw-nt n roiirage nnrl tenacity of
pnrjiose, and altogether belter Uisciplineu
than his owu. ' Tho loshon has not been
thrown. away. Ho haacce;itHl perhaj'S
reluctantly,, but loyally neveriheha the
mora prudent and circumspect policy of
Cavour. Jle has consented to abandon his
own cherished fchcnio of asHtiltitig Aus
tria in her Venetian atronholds, ami of
humiliating the Boman l'oiitill'oy batter
ing down tho galea of Koine. JIo has
donncvon more than this. He has yiuld
ed to the wishes of the Italian population
for immediate annexation to Sardinia, and
by inviting Victor Emmanuel to repair in
person to Naples, for tho purpose, of ta
king charge ot th alliiira of that King
dom, ho has virtually surrendered his au
thority as Dictator to tlio monarch in
whoso name ho has so nobly fought tho
battle of Constitutional liberty. With
the re-eslaliliblunsiit ofa complete accord
between (Saribaldi and tho Sardinian Gov
ernment, all doubts as to . the future
Italy may bo said to havo been dispell
ed. . ; . ,
Count Cavour has triumphed, but the
triumph of the great soldier of Liberty
has not been less signal, for ho has achiev
ed 5 conquest over himself, and ot the
height of li s power hus sulionliiii'to J hit
own prejudices to tho wi'.l of his King and
to tho good of his country. , The volun
tee:'s and tho Iroops of Sardinia will, hence
forth, liht shoulder to shoulder, it more
flighting is yet to be done. Cialdini is al
ready . on tho march from tho Uo
mati frontier to cooperate with the tinri
baldians in the reduction of Capua; but
I he battle oT Volturno must have admon
ished Francis II. that his hint stake has
I een played and lost, and that any fur
titer attempt In defend a position which is
now threatened on all sides would result
in a wanton sacriiico of life. Victor Em
manuel has alu-ady entered Naples. Ten
days ago the Sicilians were called upon
ti votes for or againt anne.Nation lo
Piedmont, and the only territories now re
maining, which are not embraced within
the present scope of. the Italian move-!
metit, are Ven'elia, and that portion ol
tho 1'apul Stales which is known in -"The
1'atrimony cf St. lVter." For these, Ca
vour is content to wait, and he has conn
dently intimnted that ho Mil not have to
;a"It nppenrs from tho last accounts
from Oregon, that J. W. Nesmith (Doug
las) aim E. D. Baker (Abolitionist) ' wee
elected to the United Slates Senate on the
2d inst. Nesmith wns fleeted lor the
long term and Haker Tot the shot t term.
The rote siood, Baker 2D and Nesmith 27
20 being necessary to rtchoico. The dis.
patch' does not give the names of their op
ponents ; lull w e suppose they were I-ane
and Smith. Thnre are some facts concern
-d in this election which the people
ought to know.' At the election some
time since, tl.e Douglas Democrats and
the Keiitiblican united to defeat the leg-
iibip iH-nioeratic ticket."' The Democratic
Congressman was elec ted ' but the fusion
Tuerwdcil ir. eleetmg ,1 m ijority orthe
loihtiui. This mijority again united
in thn eloction -of one Doughs and one
Bepuliliean Senator. Comment is-' Un
necAsary. I'.vrry olio enn nnler1nnd
1heo f;K!ts, nnd draw their own conclui
sioilS. ...I ! ' ''I ' -!
i Wo aro not acquainted with Baker;
Nosmith e know well." He is a man of
some considerable mind, but ot the low
est cast. Me: i a Idw ,'vulcnr, barroom loa
fer, ever delighting in the grossest and
most obscene language. For this charac;
ter liU'is uotoi ious throughout the Slate.
Ho whs it gord wire-w jrker and had grent
influence with a' certfiiii el t'. Why he
M'flK aI..IA'1 Ift Ilia n.-illf-l'iu I.....I..P ti (lif.
v -.1. i iniiir, mi in.- uiub iiv :
f ec e over lo the .eller. and bud h
ro"lfting 0e check and notes down on
hc (,0,ltc'V J"t at his left hind, while
'j; ft "ct"M ,0 n' in
t no deposit' Ulule eni'ili'e.l in writimr
.,. ... . . , ,
the tkrkcf, nn individual camo nloi'ie up to
htm if he knew wlicro the Commonwealth
7?ank was1, at the sumo instant (as is sup
posod) slipping ' tho notes and the 'check
out of the book. M'hen tho boy turned
with thelickot in his hand, the bok lay
where ho tiiid placed it, but the check for
$1,00() and the ?320 ih notes wero g6nc.
So.jtoo, had the individual who had accost
ted him. The ?I2j in snecro was safe.
lmvin Ijocii linnup(J ovir bv tho vnuth in
nml year. ltd was . droned m light
ol"thes, and woro an unusually . long mat
of 8"t material, tvhich reached T,elow
knpoi- ' ' . ' . ' V';' ' .' ', '.' I '.;
mcss .tyro , j.anac i nao, or course,
.Cm sua' JltTUKNs.'-Thc ccnaus
of Great Britain develops tha curioum lact
that there are more Scotch ucscondnts in
Ixindoit than in Edinburgh, more Ifuh
thao iHuhlirj. lOd.OOf) more (TtomaDwU
man in itome, ana more.jlea than in
Palestine. There Are also iu tho anm
rnetropolis no less than t() Ortft totmn.
iW.000 French', and o.OOO Italians - a vert i
large 'irarawr or Asiatics, lTom all parts
of the East, and mapyw-ho sliirwrrtehift
their idol..-- I .' Pj
:M. storpca mo cnccic onincunion jianK. i "i -c
gT? i and have riven nt5ce Of the affair to the A"B
i i"0l.i:.- i - m- . i ,'jiii KorncroaD A Mock
i , . i
A Mt tn I cim t. I'm ut i
. ll.niOtnH t-Mh l..i'tir I'mnity l'"ili,
It M-Hnmi, livlmim, hntn Inn bM I'l"
M lilli lint do I j,dliin f niMt lid i ll"
u!n!H'h 'unfit f it tilt !. n
1l...c 'A. II. IUlc. Mi A. I'i.ll
M l ,I.M). ( l.itl.iati. nil f.tM'iUd Hl'
Ire InMlJiilh.ii.' Were prn ..J, i d , Pit
jlr-V. AH l" I'M ' " '
lnulKII. ati'l- rrrv riMiininicn i
l A i. , hi nil I
lllfhlllt of .(( I1" I'll!
frr rfli li.
ll is Slip-
'the Stale, ami Hie spurious Mid genuine
terteited on tlio former. A Spboner,
t no rreridctit, made
it, mm to gooM i
Tho Sanctum of the oditor and proprie
tor of the Huntsman Acm, a sheet print
cd in NcbraHku, prwents soneliaios
strangd sight "last week," tho editor says
"upon two owmainnH, from our office, we
witnessed the playful pranks of poveral
antelopo, and again a sprightly red fox
camo up near tho enclosure, but cut and
run when Towner came1 in sight; a nice
race thoy hail, and xHh made1 time, but
royrurd tho boat; A week ago two grizzly
bears nnd threo largo wolves hove in sight
and played around on the prairie at a safe.
Mistnnce; the same chaps, probably, that
mado a tonder meal from V goml-soixud
oalf of ours that had been running out.
Tho buffalo havu taken oilr caution, and
for two weeks they havo not troubled us."
Infamoi s Fraid on; Fkmai.es A DKsrr
caule S oL'XDitEL. A day or twd since a
New .York Sharper lotulod in l'hilndel
phi'i, hired a room nt No. 21. 'I Union
street, lie then ndvortised in the Lcdir
for yourg ladies tolcnru al usiness which
would pay from $7 to $10 per week. Quite
a number ot females answered the adver
tisement, and wero told Hut thoy must
pay $10 each. This all except Ion or
twelve of thorn declined. Tho latter paid
over t lie funds and were told to call next
day. They did so, and found the sharper
h.ul vanished during tho night.
BA.Mr. Yuncv, the Southern Oral or, of
Alabama, is a slop-son of ftev N. S. S. he
man, D. D., of Troy, N. Y.. who when n
yourg man, wns teaching in that State,
and married Mr, Yancey's mother a
young widow with two or tiir small chil
dren. Dr. Homan settled in Troy, bring
ing Mr. Y., there with h:i, when he was
filled to enter Williamfown College.
On Bnmlay; tht 2Rth ultimo, liy Daniut floo'l-
lamlcr, Kai., Mr. Jacob L.ik to Miss Sarah
Caiiso.-; all of lira ly towli.'liiji.
i ; '
On Sundiiy. ortmber -till, by Rev. CCA.
Kr.nilt, Mr. (ir.uiioG A. Mahsiiam. to Misl.nri.
it Ui, l.i ll; of Uni'ly towrifhip.
On 5atunlay, the 6lh inst..br Rev.' James Cle
ry. Mr. AVi. C. Wntoar, of (iruhnm townfhiji, tg
Bins J amk cmi' LT, of BnniliirU toWnfhlp.
n Vf(llrllny Oet the 22J, of uiptlicria Sah
cri. J.Soii of MArrncw nndJA.iR Tatk, of (Jo
lien townrhip, aged 2 years i nionthiand 3itays.
On Thnri'lay the 2.1, of Bipthoria, Rachki.
duUj;blor of Mathkw, and Jax Tatr or Coshon
townUip, aged 4 years 4 months ar.d 1 1 day.
In Lawrence township, on the 6lh instant
wife of KttKNrrr.R Kirto, nReit abont 70 yor.
On the 6th Esrskzkr Kiio, abont the mine
t Re boh dying within 24 hours.
In Lawrence towprhip nn the fth .instaut, Jo.
sr.rn i.agi.r, age auout 31 year.-.. .. ,
Q V IK M II . T I-: A V I ! Kits W A M T.T.-
KJ reliuol yirci lorsof l'JKE TOWXSIIIP wi.h
u empluj fix competent Xeacher, for a term i.f
inree months. Liberal wage wiil given.
Apply .to Kli Ulpom,: President, or to Ji. Dale
Secretary i(thc Iloanl. TJv order f the Uourd,
', Bov V" ' l.. PALK, recr.ytary.K
r. t. n et i.un on. ww.iii a'rri.riirfiii.
h M'C tll.l.tHCII it nROTIIRR,:.';' ,
Attorucja at J.aw.
Difieeon Mnrkof tret, ofpojrte Monp't Si
Clearfield, Pa. Will attend promptly ta Col
(ion, paie ot iinus, 4c
Uetpcotfully inviton thealtintiou of bis old cui
tonirrs an.l olher?, to his ftock of ', ;
FALL AND WIN TICK GfJODS,
' Which he offer ' " ' 1
VF.lt V LOW t'OIiVAbrit' 1
He Uo contiuuea to deal in LUMBER, of all
kinds, in any way to suit hia cuilomeri. , .'.
The highest market prirci will bo paid Tor all
kindi of GRAIX. , . ', . .
t&r C AL LAND 8 K El
. New Washington, Nov. 1, 1860. , , nor7-6m
g TT. C II ARLKS HOTEL,
HAKnv Whirls, t ontir.roR,
i.' ' i ' ' ' i '
( , Cernor Third and Wood Streets, ,
noyMlt" ' ' 'MTTSBTJROH, Pa.
Col, , A . r. OWENS, rnorniEtoR, .
Rerpectfally announces to the travelling public,
that he ha-s aiow takea charge of this large and
well known .houre, and will oonduct it in each a
manner as will render excellent comfort and full
satisfaction to all who iay favor hia with a
T I8T OK C A US EM for (Uth)
Adjourned Conrt i
John H Abbess
: va Matthew A Foreee
ts WCaldweli ; i "
j t. ISintri ;McGarvy
, v Edward Curry y)l
v Wird A Blair, '
'.v Patriek Dolia, "" ' 1
u ts James Huff '''
T ti Jared ? Oal-r ' i
s M A J Denning
"Vs Adam Knarr:.j ,. .
ts Allikon A Wagoner
in JJavid Tiler,
"i.vs Andrew wilaen '
J ri Richard n.nvnV1; ":
B Lnrau ;
6ofRe Rrhani '''
James At Lfloaarrl
John J Wearer ,
iohn PuicVu ( . ;
Isnuo ScoLuid , i
tinniel Good lander
Arrrn OarVs adm'rs ;nH Umith'i adm'x "
Isnae1 frtaiios D Oddfellow
' srg JoOitb Lamborn t a)
', ti Jean Killiaa . ,
I va Jacob WiiheJm
Yk7. .. rrlTT
SoZffii?. V, STinfartT '
li iinncil that llicne I'nrltcs linve i In ulnti U niscr, tirrnn ni snu iisi i m isn.t silnnu
vf I I Silt MH MV N
V,i iif . 1"
tvM. 11,1'tmfi.i.iM.i, n jtiiij llv
Py iH' m ,u "f Vmi,n m ,
linn h "kl ' t i'ii' . "f.nrl .f IVnitiiMi l',,
run ii n . tifi 1(1 ,r Jn,lrif nit, tr n,
llirt III, lt fx) l.ll I In , lit. hi, ,,1,,
ilil'',,t Hi" t n'lil ll"ii In If I.I f'
(n (Hi rnld rMiMy i't I'rntm, n ViiM
;iin my i" n"i r. 'inr.n mil, tt 1 1 IK,
nl tla iU lli fi tiHstil, Jnirj li , .i,,t
thn tiiiiliviili'il fmittli In it in nil tlmi p.,,,,.
Cii.-lin, 1. 1. I'tiiner
all hli li f!'l ,ruiiris r ileierilint It.
. . . .. I ... 1. - I ... I. , . . ,1
cngi sum l.jr llii niul J. I.ii. kU ul
... ... a
11. i jiunr, tan: a
IA ' I....J... . .,
tin, r--mi!ifiitr, k.i
l ' - ' " . ' ....
nrilvil in lliA
i fl.refiir tlio rrrnrilin t .1
. A. (
nii.iCTjiiHiM Uotilf TT, liA 5f, Ji.;
will l.o n.lil us tho property of Jnf
iieph J, d
I f llicl
ill scf nr. liu.ee with tlio lrovlniiii
Arix'nilily of Kllli Jun 1840, in rHV
rru'.ieni oeninit lus.li in rertuin r'umtid
i :. THOMAS frC(H, Sk
Fhfnflf'i 0fl.ee, liullofoiitc, Oct 30, ki;.
a NOVI.I.TY in the AWT IVOnTn"
t l'lIOTOflRAl'IlY UPON PoltCHu,
Secured by letter I patent in the I'nitcd Sii
Koglund, Franco and Delgiiim.
The American l'hiitngraphic rorolliifJ
unar, io. io jjruniTinj, .lew 1 orK, f,
"vu,c4 .....v.u.i ,..bc...un inveiittA.
American and European pntcn t, nre fu:. J
tAiil In .in.til. all ftp.l.,ra 1
M inialtire Likmmes of Pcnom on fi.
prcienting nil tho attractive nnd ilvnv
features of ordinary photocrnphi, tho Willi,
nnd finish of a water-color drawing, a:.dn
orto unnllninea quality or durabity, bj ,
rendered at imporiiliablo n the natural ti
-1 ... I.:L .1 . '
lien ui inv uriuiei uj,un hiiilii lury are
As the putontod process of the Compaq
blc the reproduction of l,hotoirrpbi, not
on plain furfures, but npon rucb as are ro
of any degree of irregularity, portrait can I
produceil vita multiem accuracy and Uotitv
delineation, upon 1'orceluin wares of any da.
tion nnd diiuenrion usod as articlci of iuir
of houddhold utility, such ns trns, anei, b
fact t'upi, Joilut rticlesj Ac; thereby uid
tuiltiliil porlrnitu and lurnisiiing a uniquJ
osquifite stylo or ornainctitntion -of arutlti
domenlic tire. '
In order to furnish facilities for the cut,
tion of the popular t.iste, and to meet uietj
of those patrons of the 4ne arts ilemrogi
having portrait on Porcelain, the O'ompanr
imported from Europe a colljrt ion of nut
pnroeluin goods, mnnufartured to their owooiJ
arhkch they will soil at cost pricea.
. As the American Company are owneritf
patent riht, nnd congcijiicntly the only ri
authorired to Ufe the procecs, they bait,,
mined, in order to afford T-eopli In evTje;
of the Vnicn nn oppoftunity to poye pttl,;
on China, to make tie following propoaiti.,:
rtaidenls in the country, who are unable tc
pcrmnully the Atelier and Ualleriei is 5j
Pe torn lendire a i,bot'cr.ipb, amlrotri
dncuerrt'otype to the oTice of the Coiapari
.New 1 ork. oprompnnied by fs, will reenn
return by eipres, free of charge, a richly
mentod iinenkfasl Cup nnd saucer, with tin
Irnit transferred thereon
liy tranrmittin'r a daeuerrentvne and tit,:1
will receive in like u.nimer a hmidsomc lie:
Vase cr Toilet Artiolc, with the portrait nn
juceu ny tne putcnted procef j. i
By pending a pair of diijrnorreotypes ami J
ttiey will roceive in retvrn a pjtr of rich
Vnsef, with the portrait! ctrutd equal lai
tature l aintinfrs; and, in like manner, prtn
can be reproduced on percelain wares or
of every quality of finish, ranging in price ir.
20 to $100 the pair. ' ,
N. B. Be particular in writing the adJr.
town, county, and ritate distinctly. '
A'.l letter tn be addressed to " Manaeer, An,
ienn Photographic Porcelain Co., 781 llroideii
tew lork." , aor'.Sa
C O X l J M PTI V 'Th e' ajverttv l
having recn restored to health is itn
weeks bv a verv nimple remedy, after havinfi
fered for rcvernl year with a revere luorifc:l
tion, and Unit dred difeaso Connuinplii.n.ii sail
. . . . . . , ... , . r.n .....r . a.l
I'.us iu n:o.ia miunu 10 ine iiiow-suiioren n,i
moans of cure.
To all who desire it, he n ill tend a copy of Iw
prescription used, (free of rharje.) with tuetl
rectio nn for preparing and using the face, wkr
they will lind a rnre cure for ConHiiminiij
AnthniB, Bn nchitin, tc. The only object efui
advertiser in sending the ret'Criptiiiiloeat
fit the ndlitlcd, and re.-nl information whrf I
conceives to be invaluable, aad he hopcirj
mffi'rer will try' his remedy lis It will coKll
notliini;, and ti prove a llesfhir. : I
. Persoas wirhinir the preserlplion will flwl
aaaress I'.ev. fcUWAUD A. lUSDS. I
no 7-ly Williamiburgh, Kings CoM J!. II
"vr k ii i; 1. 1 i o v w e v. k l i.
IV'' i- "TJIK .MET1IODT8T.-
la published weekly, in tho city of New York,
Saturdays, Iu ouarto form. on tho best raw,
in tl.e bet style, aiininc to be the exponent il
Tr sustained by nbniidnn' means from the ne
themiolves, nnd is Intended to snnrdv their faail
net who an rrgan comparing favorably nilktul
inrgeit ami Deal journals of tbe day. ' I
.. It rmitiina the be.-t litem ry siiiiili nt bwl
and abroarl ; nnd represents fully and lojnlly as-f
courar-'onsty its denominational mtcri'Sla.ai '
as Jbfl intorests of general Christianity; and fcl
Ccnducted with prudence and dignity, and aiial
to lie atiove parliennf hip and virulence, and to I
.1 ConnJetr Jamilt Pnp,-r, and a di-riitA
Organ rf the Church:
"ll is edited by Hev. Gcorgj It. Crookf, D. D-
aasisted by Kev. John M'C'lintork. JJ 1., ;
present residing in Paris.) as Correjpondinrl
tditor, and an eflicient corps of Contributor! n I
the various l)cpartm4,ta ; embracing from tiaal
u tins, bermonatiy diitinrutsbed Minittrrf, IB
niahed to or reported exnreaslr for it- It will a I
embelisbed from tune lo time by Portraits of
ncnt Men in the Ministry and Laity au the "fi
ous quarters of the rountrr. ' '
' Tanas-ta a year : Pive eonles to one addrwi
$9; Twolve eopici to one address, $20 ; TmntJ
copies to ena address, 130. : Paynenti tavari
in advance. .,'., ' 0.
Liberal commissions allowod to Minister wb
procure subioribers. Specimen numbers ent
application. L. IIANUS, 1 uuluher. i
Offlee, No. T, Beekman st, Now York. , nyrt
MAHRIAOF, CUIDEU.Beibg a print
initruotbr, for married persons or tiM
about t,be married, both male and fernaie,
ecery thing concerning the physiology and rela
tion! of our seinnl rvstem, and the rrodutioa R
preTention of offspring, inclndiag all the '
discoveries never before given in the Engli'S
language, by WM. Y0UNQ, M. D. ' This Is re all J
a valuable and interesting work. ' It ii wrilttti
ia plain laoguaga for the general reader, and u
illustrated with numerous engravings. All youa(
married people, or those contemplating marriag,
and. having the least Impediment to married lif
should resi this book. It discloses secret; tht
every one should be acquainted with ; still
book that oaat.be boked up, and not lie about
the home. It will be sent to any one on receipt
of twenty Sv con tn, in sperio or postage ttanpi.
Address Dr. 'VM, Y01XG, No. i!6 i?pruce V
above Fourth, Philadelphia, Va. . ,
JMf Jljtitttit id Vufnrtunnte Xo mattet
wh it may be ynnr disease, "before you place yonN
lo) f smdor the onre of any one of tbe note riooi
Qaaokf, native or fdreigny wha advertise tn this
ery ott-er papee, gel a aipy.Qf oiiherof lr.
Vouag'i books, ami road it carefully, Jt will ha
the aieane of saving you many a dollar, yeo(.
health, and pussihly your life, ,
; Dr. YOl'NO ran fca consnluil on anv of th
diseasee described la hlf pnbMrarions, at bit
Sea, Sfrueeet, abve Fourth. ' Mt
- ,i r t-r
f( sides. of spaoiah aola. leather for sale tea1!
DJ for cash, a . E. A. WW,
('urweniville, fky 1, 19a.